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Cardiac CTA Training Curriculum

Amery Medical Academy Cardiac CTA Training instructors understand how important it is for doctors to find the right Cardiovascular CT Angiography (CCTA) training course.  Our courses meet or exceed the ACC / AHA / ACR competency requirements (COCATS Task Force 13).  Our diverse curriculum brings real world experiences and clinical applications with a wide variety of cases ranging from mild to very extensive pathology. Designed for cardiologists, radiologists and fellows, our courses will cover all of the didactic topics including CT physics, CT image analysis, recognizing CT artifacts, how CT scanners work, patient management, CT TAVR evaluations, electrophysiology, cardiac function, coronary calcium, plague analysis, bypass grafts, stents, incidental non cardiac findings, perfusion analysis, cath correlations and ER applications.  Upon course completion, you'll be confident in your improved Cardiac CTA skills that should enhance your practice.  Take a look at some of our testimonials.

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Cardiac CTA Level I & II (4.5 days) - 20 CMEs

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Footnotes: 
1) Live Cases:  Attendees will rotate through the CTA Lab to observe Live cases: patient preparations, acquisitions and other technical considerations.
2) Workstations:  The following workstations are provided during the Cardiac CTA training: GE Advantage Workstation, Toshiba-Vitrea, Philips Intellispace Portal and Siemens Syngo Via.
3) CT Scanner:  GE VCT 64 slice.
4) Instructors:  Classroom instruction is provided by Dr. Matthew J. Budoff MD and five full-time Level III MD trainers.
5) Physician Accreditation:  California Medical Association is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME) to sponsor continuing medical education for physicians.
6) Credit Designation:  California Medical Association designates this educational activity for 20 AMA PRA Category 1 credits.  Physicians should only claim credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.